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ABOUT VOYCE

Vision and Opportunities for Youth & Community Empowerment

We have a lot of information today but packaging that to inspire behaviour change requires a radical and a fresh change in health promotion and social change messaging.

Art is a universal language that helps in effectively engaging with communities and improving lives. Art is a positive influence, an inspiring force. Art empowers the most vulnerable and allows for freedom of expression to thrive. We recognize the power of the arts as an engine for progress and social transformation.

We at VOYCE, combine the two worlds of public health and social messaging with arts. In everything we do and develop, there is arts and creativity, the language of change we aspire to make.

Our
Vision

Contribute to happier, healthier, more empowered lives.

Our
Mission

Empowering through arts and creative content for social impact.

WHAT WE DO

  • Developing content for public health and social change to create impact.
  • Producing films, advocacy videos, animation videos, musicals and ad films (including celebrity tie-ups). We bring in our passion for filmmaking with excellent research, lot of creativity and fresh ideas, a deep understanding in human emotions, and the best technology to support our ideas, to deliver a “story” through our films.
  • Providing end-to-end production solutions from conceptualizing, writing, designing and printing, for
    publications, including coffee table books, and human stories.
  • Advocating for any cause through the language of arts – be it films, publications with vivid illustrations, trainings, or events. We curate activities for events, and also have an expansive network of artists who paint for positive change.
  • Researching, including through primary and secondary sources; writing, and editing.
  • End-to-end design solutions including conceptualizing, researching, designing. We have an experienced team of graphic designers, illustrators, web designer, 2D and 3D designers. We give fresh ideas and styles in our work.
  • All kinds of printing solutions including any specialized printing on 12-colour machine.
  • Developing and managing digital media content.
  • Developing fresh and original content; and facilitating trainings on values in action; on authentic leadership; on 1-Ness consciousness; and behaviour change communication for health promotion.
  • Organizing staff engagement and team-building activities.
  • Helping in transforming physical spaces into empowering spaces and engaging staff/community in co-creating the space.
  • Managing both large and small events and festivals, giving an extra edge by leveraging both performing and visual arts creating impact. It specializes in curating creative engagement activities, world-class sustainable décor, and a strong commitment to deliver the best and on time.
  • Conceptualizing and implementing campaigns to promote the Sustainable Development Goals, specifically for positive behaviour change.
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ANIKA SINGH
Social Artist & Founder, VOYCE

Anika is a social artist at heart who believes in the power of art and creativity to make social change. She has over 15 years of experience, including 6 years with the World Health Organization both at the Regional Office for South-East Asia and the WHO Country Office for India; and 4+ years in Australia. During her work at WHO, she developed and implemented engaging health promotion campaigns that led to positive behaviour change. She has directed over 30 advocacy productions including animation videos, musicals and documentaries. Prior to WHO, she worked in Australia mostly in the skills development and disability employment services network, assisting the disadvantaged community through employment, support services, community engagement and customized training programmes.

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SAURABH DASGUPTA
Creative Director, VOYCE

Saurabh has close to 25 years of experience working with agencies like Leo Burnett, Mudra DDB and Innocean Worldwide India. He started his career at the front desk of a hotel, moved to selling wireless modems, acted in television serials, and played in a folk-rock band before advertising discovered him. He has worked on over 250 ad films, including public service announcements on health and social issues. He has won locally and internationally and has performed jury duties for six years in a row for the ‘Dragons of Asia’ which is the Promotions Marketing Awards of Asia and for ‘The Globes’ The Marketing Agencies Association Awards.

Our team/partners

  • A huge network of young and professional artists, storytellers, performing artists, and art curators specializing in conveying complex messages through the simple language of art
  • Production house, and a very competent production team
  • Researchers, analysts, writers and editors
  • Graphic designers, digital illustrators, web designers
  • Transformation and creative facilitators
  • Content writers
  • Creative Directors
  • Event management team and festival directors to curate high-impact events
“For any big event or campaign that we undertake, we form a mentoring board, consisting of experts and patrons, that guides us and creates an accountability framework.”

Our clients

  • World Health Organization (WHO) including WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia, WHO Regional Office for Western Pacific and WHO Country Office for India
  • AIIMS, Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre
  • School, colleges and corporates

Anika Singh Profile PicAnika is a social artist at heart who believes in the power of art and creativity to make social change. She has over 15 years of experience, including 6 years with the World Health Organization both at the Regional Office for South-East Asia and the WHO Country Office for India; and 4+ years in Australia. During her work at WHO, she developed and implemented engaging health promotion campaigns that led to positive behaviour change. She has directed over 30 advocacy productions including animation videos, musicals and documentaries.

Prior to WHO, she worked in Australia mostly in the skills development and disability employment services network, assisting the disadvantaged community through employment, support services, community engagement and customized training programmes.

She has worked at the grassroots level in rural India and has held senior management positions both in India and Australia including as a Board of Director, Sydney Drug Education and Counselling Centre; and Member, Executive Committee, Vivekananda Sevakendra-O-Sishu Uddyan (VSSU), a grass-root level organization giving micro-finance services and skills development training to self-help groups in rural West Bengal, India. Her community service journey began at age 14, and at age-17 she was selected out of 150,000 applicants to be the youth voice of India at the World Youth Congress in Hawaii, to establish young people’s priorities for the new millennium. 8 of the 10 priorities listed by the young delegates were included by the UN among their Millennium Development Goals. She has been dedicatedly making a difference in communities around her ever since and has been recognized nationally and internationally for her leadership in the community engagement work, including by the former Prime Ministers
Honourable Mr I.K Gujral and Mr Deve Gowda, and former President of India Honourable Dr Abdul Kalam.

Anika has a deep passion for empowering communities, and over the years she has specialized in communication, advocacy, partnership-building, community strategy development, management of outreach programmes, event planning, training, creative facilitation, content writing, and filmmaking.

More specifically, through her work in the public health sector, she realized that we have a lot of knowledge today but packaging that to inspire people to change requires a radical and a fresh approach in health promotion and social change messaging. Having realized her calling to contribute to people’s physical and mental well-being, Anika decided that the tools she wants to use for her messaging are: creativity and the arts. From this vision, her organization, VOYCE, was born, committed to empowering through various forms of arts. She wants to create a new language for happier and healthier lives through the voice of VOYCE.

Currently, Anika and the team are supporting efforts during the times of COVID-19. They have directed, illustrated and animated videos on COVID-19 and mental health. Anika is also part of the Parliamentarians and Innovators network India (PII) Action group to fight Covid-19, that connects Innovators with parliamentarians, public policy experts, subject matter specialists, and business leaders, to support ideas that can make a difference during this crisis. Anika is also an active part of the Australia India Youth Dialogue (AIYD). She loves to travel, photograph, bake, write human stories and poetry.